We call this easy homemade vegan gluten-free pizza crust “easy cheaty” because it’s made from a packaged mix. However, it’s not a packaged pizza crust mix, it’s a ‘repurposed’ packaged artisan bread mix! And it’s truly super-easy to make, and super yummy!
We’re going to say right up front that our baked gluten-free vegan frittata recipe uses tofu, so if you’re looking for a no-tofu recipe, this isn’t it (but we do have a no-tofu vegan frittata recipe for you!) That said, if you’re wondering what to make for breakfast or brunch or dinner, looking to use what’s in the house, this is that recipe. It’s fast, it’s easy, it’s infinitely customizable, and it’s delicious! And, of course, egg-free and dairy-free because, hey, vegan!
Korean fried chicken is all the rage right now, so we figured why not vegan Korean fried chicken! So putting on our recipe thinking caps, we came up with a recipe for gluten-free vegan Korean fried chicken that we think you are going to love (we know that we do)!
Vegan gyro recipes are often complicated, or have a ton of ingredients, or both. However our gluten-free vegan gyro recipe is easy, straight-forward, and other than the herbs and spices uses only a few ingredients, all of which you’re likely to already have in your kitchen or pantry! Best of all, these vegan gyros are DELICIOUS and satisfying!
Our gluten-free vegan Philly cheesesteak recipe is the best vegan Philly cheesesteak recipe we’ve had! So if you have a hankering for a vegan Philly cheesesteak, we guarantee that you’ll love our vegan Philly cheesesteak recipe! It’s just amazing, it’s also the most authentic tasting vegan Philly cheesesteak we’ve ever had, and it’s easy to make at home!
This is absolutely the best gluten-free vegan wings recipe! (It’s kind of hard for us to say “vegan chicken wings”, so we won’t, except right here to say that it’s hard to say.) Our vegan wing recipe has got just one ingredient, you make it in three easy steps, and the texture is fantastic! Dip them (or slather them) in our Copycat Primal Kitchen Buffalo Sauce!
Our tofu bulgogi recipe is a vegan take on a traditional Korean beef barbecue recipe. “Bulgogi” literally translates to “fire meat” (so we guess that this is “fire tofu”), and it is probably called such because the traditional marinade includes chili, ginger, garlic, onion, and spring onion. But our version isn’t really fire hot, although it is flavorful! Traditional bulgogi marinade also includes about a half a fresh pear, either finely chopped or grated.
When it comes to tofu dishes that are easy to make, it doesn’t get much easier than our super-easy, super-yummy, and super versatile oven-roasted tofu planks recipe. Easy tofu dishes don’t have to be bland or soggy, and our oven-roasted tofu planks are neither. Dress them up or serve them ‘plain’, serve them whole or cube them up, or put them on a sandwich! See? We told you that they’re versatile!
If you are looking for a simple Moroccan tagine recipe that is vegetarian, well ours is actually vegan! And delicious! And, of course, gluten-free. Now, of course, you don’t actually have to own a Moroccan tagine (or any tagine), this can be made in any heavy pot that has a lid; we’re partial to enameled cast iron Dutch ovens if you don’t have a tagine but, again, any heavy-bottomed pot with a lid will do!
Deciding whether to call it a “vegan omelet” or a “vegan omelette” is the hardest thing about this oven-baked vegan omelette recipe, because it’s that easy! Plus our oven-baked vegan omelette recipe has no chickpea flour, no tofu, in fact no soy at all, because it uses Just Egg! This makes for an incredibly easy breakfast, brunch or dinner main dish which you can stuff with lots of yummy add-ins, and which needs no babysitting because it’s baked in the oven! And because you can even freeze Just Egg liquid right in the bottle, it just doesn’t get any easier! Grab a bottle from your freezer, let it thaw, and put your vegan omelet in the oven!
This easy air fryer soy curls recipe whips up in minutes, goes with anything, and is a break from all of the other typical air fryer soy curl recipes. Plus, of course, it’s vegan and gluten-free. How easy is it? It’s so easy that it has just 3 main ingredients (plus seasoning, but who counts those?). You wouldn’t think that you could come up with something that wasn’t run-of-the-mill with just three ingredients, but … tah dah!
If you are wondering what to do with pumpkin puree that you have left over from, well, whatever, use it in our new best vegan veggie burger recipe! That’s right, these black bean pumpkin burgers are one of our new favorite black bean recipes! And, if you are anything like us, you probably already have a can of black beans and a can of pumpkin puree in your pantry!
Looking for the recipe for Chef Babette’s vegan enchilada pie casserole? Here it is! A few years ago Chef Babette appeared on the Steve Harvey show, and demonstrated how to make her vegan enchilada pie (which is really a casserole), which includes a polenta base. Steve and Chef Babette, famous for her Stuff I Eat vegan restaurant, promised viewers that the recipe itself, with ingredients and amounts, could be found on Steve Harvey’s website, however either they were posted and then quickly taken down, or, perhaps due to oversight, never posted at all. We don’t know what happened, but we do know that people have been looking for that recipe ever since. So, we are thrilled to provide you with our copycat version of Chef Babette’s vegan enchilada pie with polenta.
Our vegan chicken cacciatore recipe is one of our favorite vegan recipes with soy curls! As soy curls recipes go, it doesn’t get much easier, or more flavorful! This vegan cacciatore recipe can be simmering on the stove in minutes, and on the table and in your happy tummy in under half an hour! Perfect for that “what should we have for dinner tonight?” situation. With bright flavors for summer, and yet hearty enough for winter, this dish is sure to become a family favorite, and also perfect for guests! What more could you ask from an easy, gluten-free vegan main dish?
Whether your preference is baked tofu cubes or air-fried tofu cubes, our firm tofu recipe for make-ahead tofu cubes will become your go-to recipe, even though it uses neither an oven nor an air fryer! It’s also oil-free, and doesn’t use corn starch or any other additive. It’s so awesome to have these chewy, creamy tofu cubes prepared ahead of time so you can just pop them in, well, whatever you’d like, and have meals ready in a jiffy! Ready for the secret? Read on!
Craving empanadas but they have to be gluten-free vegan empanadas? Our mock empanadas will hit the spot! Why do we call them “mock empanadas”? Well that’s part of why they are fast and easy! Our mock empanadas are made with almond tortillas, specifically the Siete almond flour tortillas that one can get at Costco (although of course you get them elsewhere as well, including on Amazon). For the filling we crumbled up a Don Lee Farms black bean burger (also available at Costco) and added some peas. Easy peasy, literally!
Our recipe for Not Dogs tofu dogs is our favorite vegan hot dog recipe and, it turns out, our favorite gluten-free vegan hot dogs of all. (But they are not copycat Tofu Pups, because the ingredients are much cleaner.) If you are a regular reader of the Happy Gluten-Free Vegan, you already know that we recently completed our head-to-head review of the three brands of gluten-free vegan hot dogs that are available to purchase in store or online; those are Moving Mountains, Yeah Dawg, and Sweet Earth. Of those three, Sweet Earth was the clear winner for flavor and texture, while Moving Mountains was the clear winner for clean ingredients and being intentionally vegan, and Yeah Dawg was the only one that was intentionally both gluten-free and vegan, but they failed in the flavor and texture department. You know that old saying “if you want something done right you have to do it yourself”? We wanted a gluten-free vegan hot dog that had clean ingredients, good flavor, and good texture. So we decided to create one.
The third in our series of reviews of gluten-free vegan hot dogs is the Yeah Dawg review. Because all of the hot dogs reviewed in our series are vegan, they are also considered gluten-free veggie hot dogs (or gluten-free vegetarian hot dogs, if you want to be precise). Regardless of what you call them, Yeah Dawg is one of three brands of gluten-free vegan hot dogs available on the market: Yeah Dawg, Sweet Life, and Moving Mountains. Lightlife is not gluten-free, although they are headed in that direction (we have that straight from Lightlife, who cautions that while they are phasing out gluten, there is still stock out on the shelves that contains gluten).
This is the second in our series of reviews of vegan hot dogs that are also gluten-free. Sweet Earth hot dogs are not intentionally gluten-free, and maybe not even intentionally vegan, but happily they are both vegan and gluten-free. As we mention in our introduction to the vegan gluten-free hot dogs review series, there are three brands that are both vegan and gluten-free: Moving Mountains (available only at Costco online), Yeah Dawg, and these, Sweet Earth hot dogs.
Moving Mountains Vegan Gluten-Free Hot Dogs: A Review, including How to Cook Moving Mountains Hot Dogs
We start off our review series of gluten-free vegan hot dogs (also called frankfurters or franks) with Moving Mountains brand vegan hot dogs. These are gluten-free by accident, meaning that Moving Mountains didn’t set out to intentionally create a hot dog that was gluten-free as well as vegan, but create it they did. While Moving Mountains started out in 2016 by creating vegan hamburgers (not gluten-free), and added vegan hot dogs (yay, gluten-free!) to their repertoire in 2019.